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NORTHERN ONTARIO CURLING ASSOCIATION
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PHILLIPS JOINS HARNDEN & MINOGUE
AT THE 2002 PROVINCIALS

"BIG" THANKS AGAIN TO JOHN HODDER,
ALONG WITH AUREL RIVET, BETH DYKALSKI
AND THE REST OF THE GREAT STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS
AT THE LITTLE CURRENT CURLING CLUB.
THE NOCA APPRECIATES YOUR DEDICATION.

NINE COMBATANTS GO HEAD TO HEAD
HERE THEY ARE!

1) SCOTT PATTERSON (hiding in the bush??)
2) TIM PHILLIPS (got the bullets, needs the gun)
3) CHRIS JOHNSON (keep the temper in control Chris)
4) ED PREMO (strong at the associations)
5) ROB LENTIR (Espanola's top dog)
6) GARY GRAHAM (sorry Gary, not familiar with you)
7) DAVE McDERMID (never take an Islander for granted)
8) MATT PAUL (sorry Matt, don't know you either)
9) TODD MALPASS (Mr. Mixed curling)

Friday 8 PM

1) Chris Johnson (11) VS Matt Paul (5)
2) Scott Patterson (8) VS Todd Malpass (5)
3) Tim Phillips ( 9) VS Dave McDermid (3)
4) Gary Graham (9) VS Rob Lentir (3)

Saturday, 9:00 am

1) Johnson (10) vs Premo (7)
2) Phillips (6) vs Graham (5)
3) Paul (2) vs Malpass (9)
4) Lentir (9) vs McDermid (8)

Saturday, 2:00 pm

1) Johnson (5) vs Patterson (6)
2) Premo (3) vs Graham (9)

Saturday, 8:00 pm

A-SIDE

Phillips (7) beats Patterson (6) extra end

B-SIDE

Johnson (8) beats Lentir (3)
Graham (8) beats Malpass (6) extra end

QUARTER FINALS

Phillips beats Johnson (7-6)
Paterson beats Graham (9-8) extra end

B -FINAL

Paterson beats Phillips (5-1)


SUDDEN DEATH FINAL

Phillips beats Patterson (6-5)
Team Phillips off to Provincial

SUNDAY, 5:00 PM

TIM PHILLIPS joins HARNDEN & MINOGUE AT PROVINCIALS

Well it worked down to the five o'clock sudden death final, but he finally pulled it off.
Scott Patterson (at 1:00pm) beat Tim Phillips 5-1 to force a final game for the BIG one.
To make a long story short, Phillips had to make an angle raise takeout to take two in the tenth for the 6-5 win over Patterson.
I talked to Tim after the game and he was struggling to put the win into perspective. He said it was hard to describe the win, Patterson had a great team, we made the big shot and it was ours. I want to see how he writes it up Tuesday in the Sudbury Star. Go ahead and brag, you deserve it.(I would)

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